Simbrinza is a medication used to treat high eye pressure for those with glaucoma or ocular hypertension. This medication works best for open-angle glaucoma. Simbrinza reduces the risk of vision loss, nerve damage, and blindness with those with high eye pressure. Simbrinza is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor that works by decreasing the amount of fluid in the eye. Less fluid reduces the pressure in the eye and improves glaucoma symptoms.
Always read the medication instructions before using this medication.
Always follow your doctor’s directions.
Make sure to tell your doctor:
Common side effects of Simbrinza:
If you have any of the following side effects, seek medical help:
How often should Simbrinza be used?
Always follow your doctor's instructions when starting a new medication. Generally. Simbrinza is used three times a day to prevent glaucoma. You cannot overdose on Simbrinza, but it is harmful if swallowed.
Can I use other eye drops if I’m using Simbrinza?
Yes! If you are using another kind of eye medication, wait at least 5 minutes after using Simbrinza to use your other eye drops.